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E-Discovery Production — Snow storms are avoidable

Who is to blame for a “document dump” – a “snow storm” – an obfuscation of information? Sometimes its intentional and sometimes it is not. Everyone – both plaintiff and defendant; both teams of lawyers. Requesters are...more

Four Critical Components in Scheduling International Deposition Locations

by Planet Depos, LLC on

One of the hurdles to tackle when planning for international depositions is the search for the right location. For someone scheduling their first deposition in Tampere, for example, this can be a bit like chasing a shadow in...more

In a Second Case, Judge Specifies Search Terms for Parties to Use: eDiscovery Case Law

by CloudNine on

In Abbott v. Wyoming Cty. Sheriff’s Office, No. 15-CV-531W (W.D.N.Y. May 16, 2017), New York Magistrate Judge Hugh B. Scott granted the plaintiff’s motion to compel and defendant’s cross-motion in part, ordering the defendant...more

International Depositions: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

by Planet Depos, LLC on

Should I stay or should I go? Not only is this a catchy 1980s hit single, but it’s also a common question from attorneys and paralegals when planning depositions abroad. With the advancement of video streaming technology,...more

Apology? In Litigation? Really?

by Varnum LLP on

Countless clients have begun our relationship with this simple statement. Why wouldn’t a person who caused an accident resulting in serious injury say this simple thing? There are a lot of reasons. First, the insurance...more

Discovery and Depositions in Germany (Updated 2017)

by Planet Depos, LLC on

Although Germany is a party to The Hague Convention on the Taking of Evidence Abroad in Civil and Commercial Matters, the German Ministry of Justice has placed certain restrictions regarding how voluntary depositions of...more

“Can Lawyers Win Pre-Existing Injury Lawsuits?”

by Michigan Auto Law on

Jeffrey Feldman tells Michigan Lawyers Weekly how he and Leonard Koltonow handled the pre-existing injuries defense - How does an attorney overcome a common defense argument regarding a client’s pre-existing injuries and...more

Mandatory Initial Discovery Pilot: A Game-Changer That Screams Out For Early Case Assessment

by Valorem Law Group LLC on

Parties and lawyers who are content with the long and drawn out slog of civil litigation in federal court are about to get uncomfortable. But those eager for innovation, efficiency and change are rejoicing, “It’s about...more

So Your Business Received a Demand Letter, Now What?

by Ward and Smith, P.A. on

If your business has received a demand letter, I have some good news for you: Your business has not been sued (yet). However, a lawsuit could be in your business's near future....more

First Things First: Check the Rules!

by Farrell Fritz, P.C. on

You’re a commercial litigator in New York. You’ve just been brought in on a case pending in the Commercial Division before a particular Commercial Division judge. Or maybe you’ve just received an administrative bounce to a...more

Taking Evidence Between Hong Kong and the PRC Just Got Easier

by Kobre & Kim on

A mutual arrangement between Hong Kong and China to take evidence in civil and commercial cases that took effect earlier this year makes it easier for litigants in those jurisdictions to obtain evidence in the other...more

Top Tips for International Travel: Passport Edition

by Planet Depos, LLC on

When it comes to adventuring abroad, it can be a stressful experience for anyone – whether you are a first-time traveler or a seasoned jet setter. With the increase in airport security measures, documentation requirements,...more

PTAB Denies Apple's Motion to Withdraw IPR Petition and Motion for Joinder

by Knobbe Martens on

The PTAB denied Apple’s motion to withdraw both its IPR petition and concurrent motion for joinder to prevent Apple from circumventing potential estoppel ramifications in Apple Inc. v. Papst Licensing GmbH & Co. KG,...more

Defendant Companies Now Have the Right to Appeal North Carolina Class Certification Decisions Directly to NC Supreme Court

by Moore & Van Allen PLLC on

The North Carolina legislature recently passed H.B. 239, over Gubernatorial veto, which gives company defendants the right to appeal trial court decisions allowing class certification directly to the North Carolina Supreme...more

Mission Impossible: Date Blocked in Japan

by Planet Depos, LLC on

The seemingly impossible has happened – you finally land the perfect dates to take your Japanese depositions! The deponents are available, there are no disputes with any of the parties, and you even found a direct, economical...more

Personal Insights into Arbitration and Trial

by Gray Reed & McGraw on

For nine years, Tilting the Scales has brought legal issues with a business slant –practical and conversation points. Many who we represent are entrepreneurs who prefer to avoid lawyers and, certainly, the courthouse. Few of...more

[Webinar] 2017 Litigation Update - June 14th, 12:00pm CT

by Brinks Gilson & Lione on

On Wednesday, June 14, 2017, at 12:00pm CT, the Litigation practice group will present the webinar, "2017 Litigation Update." Attorneys David P. Lindner, James K. Cleland, Alex J. Fernandez, and Andrew McElligott will present...more

Protection of Vendor Report and Documents as Work Product is Big Win for Experian

When assisting clients with emergency data breach response, and preparing and implementing a data privacy and security plan, it often becomes efficient, cost effective and necessary to hire outside vendors to assist with...more

Right for the Wrong Reason - Reversal Requires More Than Just an Error

by Carlton Fields on

Challenging an adverse judgment on appeal is an uphill battle from the start. A major part of winning an appeal requires demonstrating that an error occurred and confirming that the error was properly raised in the trial...more

Arbitrator, Judge, Or Jury; Pick Your Poison

by SmithAmundsen LLC on

As a general rule businesses hate litigation. Why? Litigation results seem uncertain to the point of randomness. It need not be that way. You can never squeeze all of the uncertainty out of litigation, but if you understand...more

Preparing for Depositions in Finland! (Updated 2017)

by Planet Depos, LLC on

Finland is an enviable destination for depositions. First of all, there is plenty of coffee! Finns drink more coffee than any other nation in the world. No one will have any issues remaining alert through a deposition in...more

Changing Times: Taking Depositions in Cuba

by Planet Depos, LLC on

It’s time to face facts – the geopolitical landscape is changing. From BREXIT to the election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States, both of which came as a shock to people around the world, it’s...more

Arbitration Options Put Global Insurers In The Driver Seat

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

Globalization of the insurance market has seen an increase in the use and enforcement of international arbitration agreements in insurance policies. When tragedy strikes or loss occurs, insurers have a variety of options to...more

U.S. Witnesses Are at Risk in UK Proceedings: 3 Ways to Protect Your Client

by Kobre & Kim on

Given the differences between the U.S. and UK’s standards for preparing witnesses, the oral evidence that a U.S. witness gives in a UK court is particularly vulnerable to attack and subjugation by a UK judge or opposing...more

Taking a Deposition in Germany

by Planet Depos, LLC on

As discussed in some of our previous blogs, taking depositions in Germany can be tricky. With a little preparation, and breaking everything down step-by-step, you’ll find that depositions in Germany aren’t as bad as initially...more

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